French Author of Treatise Against Mass Immigration Ordered to Pay Pro-Refugee Groups or Face Jail Time

French intellectual Renaud Camus, who coined the phrase “The Great Replacement” to describe what is happening with mass immigration throughout Europe, has been ordered to face jail unless he pays off pro-refugee groups.

Camus has been issued a suspended prison sentence of two months after he said that third-world immigration throughout Europe constitutes an “invasion.” He will have to pay 1800 euros to the pro-refugee special interest groups, SOS Racisme and the LICRA (International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism), in order to avoid the prison sentence.

Camus, who authored Le Grand Remplacement (The Great Replacement), was charged with “public incitement to hate or violence on the basis of origin, ethnicity, nationality, race or religion” based on a speech he gave in November 2017 to the National Council of European Resistance n Colombey-les-deux Eglises.

“The irreversible colonization is demographic colonization, by the replacement of the population,” Camus declared during the speech.

“The ethnic substitution, the great replacement, is the most important event in the history of our nation since it has existed; as with other people, if the story continues, it will not be that of France,” he added.

While France attempts to make an example of Camus to punish free speech, there is frequent rioting in the streets due to widespread discontentment with the government. The “Yellow Vest” movement continues to rage against the regime of French President Emmanuel Macron, who regularly orders state thugs to treat common protesters with extreme brutality:

French police have fired tear gas at protesters hurling projectiles and arrested dozens of people as thousands of “yellow vest” anti-government protesters returned to the streets of Paris.

Demonstrators on Saturday shouted slogans denouncing the police, President Emmanuel Macron and his pension reforms that have triggered the longest French transport strike in decades, which has snarled public transportation for millions of commuters in the French capital for 45 days.

With sirens wailing, dozens of vans carrying riot police fanned out the route along which thousands of protesters marched.

Young people wearing masks shouted “revolution” as tear gas drifted by the Bastille, the square where the French revolution erupted in 1789.

Macron’s regime is growing more totalitarian as his hold on power slips away, with footage coming out of France that looks like it is from a third-world country besieged by a tin pot dictator.

Immigration hawks are urging Americans to use their freedom of speech under the 1st Amendment of the Constitution to call out this agenda for what it is while they still can.

“We still have the First Amendment in this country so let us say it plainly. Mass immigration is an invasion. It’s intended as an invasion,” wrote author James Kirkpatrick.

“Its consequences are indistinguishable from that of military conquest and foreign occupation. France, and the rest of the West, is being destroyed and it is being done on purpose,” he added.

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